Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has hinted that he might be considering his future at the Stamford Bridge, claiming that he misses Italy training while revealing he does not see himself staying abroad for too long.
The Blues manager arrived at the London club in the summer of 2016, and did well to lead them to their second Premier League title in three years despite a shaky start to life in England.
However, Conte has repeatedly cast doubts over his future with the champions, with reports during the last summer window that he was already re-considering his future at Stamford Bridge despite spending just one year at the club.
Having initially led to rest concerns over his future, penning a new lucrative two-year deal, the Italian has come out yet again to hint that he might be returning to the land of the Azzuris.
Speaking with Radio Anch’io Sport, the Chelsea boss revealed that he misses Italy, and does not want to stay in Italy for long, despite not setting a date for his return.
When asked about his likeliest next destination, Conte replied that ‘It’s always difficult to predict the future. Let’s just say that a coach is a temporary worker.’
The former Juventus boss also revealed that he might be considering the role of a sporting director when he quits his position at Chelsea.